Craobh Rua Camloch Hurling Club NotesHooley Around Cooley Cycle: The Club hosted its second fund raising 52k "Hooley Around Cooley" Cycle.
Aaron Kernan's marker took phone call during matchOisin McConville has recounted how one of Dromintee's players took a phone call during Friday night's ridiculous Armagh SFC quarter-final.
Dromintee release statementDromintee have released a statement explaining their version of events concerning Friday night's farcical Armagh SFC clash with Crossmaglen.
HS football team of the weekAs Kerry supporters prepare to welcome Sam Maguire 'home', here's our team of the week ...
Thomas Davis GFC Club NotesCongratulations to Sid Fallone and his team (La Dolce Vita) on winning the overall competition, winning by only 1/2 point.
Football top scorers: two-in-a-row for O'ConnorMayo's Cillian O'Connor has finished as the top scoring footballer in the championship for the second season running.
Wolfe Tones and St Enda's Derrymacash club notesThe Tones minors travelled up to the Athletic Grounds for the Armagh Division 3 Championship final against Naomh Eoin with confidence following a good win against Ballymacnab in the semis.
McEntee: Dromintee humiliated themselves and disrespected usCrossmaglen co-manager John McEntee has labelled the actions of Dromintee in last night's bizarre Armagh SFC tie as an "absolute disgrace".
"I haven't forgiven Jim for beating Armagh in the quarter-final!"Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon has tipped Jim McGuinness for bigger and better things with the Scottish champions.
Armagh SFC: Three players wear jeans for quarter-final clashThree players took to the field wearing jeans in tonight's Armagh SFC quarter-final clash.
McCorry appointed as Down managerJim McCorry is the new Down senior football manager.
2015 Allianz FL: provisional fixtures releasedKerry versus Mayo and Cork versus Dublin are the pick of the opening day fixtures in next season's Allianz Football League.
Armagh moving deck chairs as Grimley tipped for selector's roleSpeculation is mounting that Paul Grimley will remain part of the Armagh football management team.
Forkhill make historyForkhill ladies made history last weekend when they won their first ever piece of silverware after they defeated Mullaghabawn to take the junior county football championship title.
Cross open new walking trackCrossmaglen Rangers have added a walking track to their already impressive facilities.
Wolfe Tones & St Enda's GAC Derrymacash notesThe minor footballers would like to say go raibh maith agat to Deborah Greene from Thomas Moore Interiors, sponsors of our minor football tops, who presented the boys with a new pair of gloves as they prepared for their championship final
75m kick sees Sheridan retain titleLongford's Damien Sheridan retained the 'Kick Fada' title at Bray Emmets today with a winning distance of 75m.
All-Ireland Kick Fada in BrayBray Emmets will host the All-Ireland Kick Fada competition on Saturday, September 13th.
Saffrons say thanks but no thanks to O'RourkeFormer Armagh All-Ireland winner Aidan O'Rourke is out of the Antrim senior football manager running.
Competition: win two All-Ireland football final ticketsWe have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland football finals on Sunday 21 September.
McEntee / O'Neill set for Mourne meeting tonightManagerial candidates Tony McEntee and Gareth O'Neill will meet with Down County Board officials tonight.
Wolfe Tones & St Enda's GAC Derrymacash notesCongratulations to our minor footballers who won through to the Armagh Division 3 Championship final, following a 2.13 to 1.13 victory over Ballymacnab on Wednesday evening.
All-Ireland Sevens: historic first for hostsHost club Kilmacud Crokes claimed their first ever All-Ireland Sevens senior hurling title in emphatic style this afternoon.
Ladies: Cork are imperious in destruction of ArmaghEamonn Ryan's Cork blasted out an ominous statement of intent as they obliterated Armagh by 14 points in Saturday's TG4 All-Ireland Ladies senior football championship semi-final.
Ladies previews: who will join Dublin in the All-Ireland final?Last weekend's first TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football championship semi-final went as the bookies predicted, with Dublin advancing to their first decider since 2010.
Three sports commit to "Tackle Bullying Now"Representatives from GAA,IRFU (Ulster Branch) and the Irish FA came together recently to launch the "Tackle Bullying Now" event; a FREE joint volunteer development event next month aimed at protecting both young people and our volunteers.
McEntee in discussions over Down postTony McEntee will sit down with County Board officials this weekend to discuss the vacant Down senior football manager's job.
Thomas Davis GFC Club NotesOn a mild Wednesday evening Thomas Davis, Corrinshego travelled to the Athletic Grounds, Armagh to attend the final of the Division 3, U16 Championship Final.
Fantastic All-Ireland Football 7's in RatoathIt is a newly formed Football Sevens Competition which will have senior teams participating from all of Ireland.
Football rankings: a brave new worldFor eighteen months Dublin have looked untouchable but all has changed after one stunning Sunday afternoon in Croke Park.
Wolfe Tones & St Enda's GAC Derrymacash notesHard luck to our senior camogie team who were outclassed by an extremely skilful Middletown outfit in the final of the Intermediate Championship on Sunday.
Shane O'Neills club notesHaving defeated Killeavy in the championship qualifier last week-end the senior men have been paired against Annaghmore in the next round.
Joe and Marty get a soakingCroke Park wasn't just the scene of a famous Donegal victory today.
What the players are saying about Donegal on twitterMany current and past players took to twitter after Donegal's famous victory over Dublin to salute Jim McGuinness and his players.
"We're getting carried away with Dublin" - McEnteeFormer Armagh star Tony McEntee believes Dublin are over-hyped.